Hand-like enclosures in the form of louvered boxes make references to handpicked vegetables.
Stefan Mϋller’s photographic works of unhewn stone were applied directly onto the glazing.
An extruded timber elliptical shell, reminiscent of wood shaving, forms a small terrace in the lawn.
Two families sharing the living and auxiliary spaces while keeping their privacy.
A rectangular cut out into the residence’s volume creates a unified space.
The colourful world of Music, Word and Dance.
A metaphorical pin firmly marking the location on the map.
Red cedar wood strips embrace its skin creating a uniform volume, filtering and redirecting the light while blending within its surroundings.
A concrete heavy shell provides seating and passive, natural cooling through four yellow, pyramidal voids.
Establishing a firm connection between the historical references and a modern society.
Extruded volumes like periscopes along the horizontal plane explore the landscape while forming intermediate spaces.
Competition for Kunsthalle Mannheim where gmp wins first prize after negotiated procedure.
DROP eco-hotel: removable, organic, eco-friendly hotel rooms suitable to be installed on natural locations.
A radical reconstruction involving interior, exterior and landscape interventions.
A four-level dialogue between a wooden slab, three concrete levels and the sloping site all facing the pacific ocean.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
A large piece of concrete split and cut into four large volumes tilted at their separation point.
A fully glazed façade shoots up paying tribute to the features of the local landscape.